Kuja Uone Hii Ujinga.... Does she have a valid case?

Mangele

Village Elder
#1
Teddies Brown, aka The “Gorilla Glue Girl”, is contemplating suing the glue company
because she says the instructions say “multi-use”, and doesn’t say to use it on hair. :D:D:D




The woman from Chalmette, who uses the handle "Tessica Brown" on Instagram and YouTube, has been sharing her struggles, on social media after using the product. Apparently, Brown ran out of a hair product called "Got2B Glued" and thought that Gorilla Glue sprays adhesive would be a good substitute.

Tessica Brown, the woman who put Gorilla Glue in her hair, is on the final leg of her painful saga -- she's made it to L.A., where a surgeon's waiting to operate.

Tessica touched down at LAX bright and early Wednesday morning, flying in from Louisiana to see the Beverly Hills doctor who says he can fix her rock-solid hair with a lengthy procedure.

She's got her infamous hairdo hidden under a hoodie, which is a lot easier to do now that she's finally managed to chop off her ponytail.

Tessica says her scalp is still in dire straits ... and it's almost time for Dr. Michael Obeng to try and work his magic.
Remember, he's offering to perform a $12,500 procedure for free, using medical-grade glue remover to rid her hair of Gorilla Glue once and for all.



https://www.tmz.com/2021/02/10/gori...wn-arrives-los-angeles-surgery-beverly-hills/


Gorilla Glue, the company that makes the spray adhesive one woman used to tame her hair, is responding following viral social media updates.

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https://www.katc.com/news/covering-...olving-woman-using-spray-adhesive-on-her-hair
 
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uhondo

Village Elder
#3
:D are these guys this ignorant ama this is staged to milk the glue manufacturers? That seemingly slight oversight could end up being costly.
 
#4
Teddies Brown, aka The “Gorilla Glue Girl”, is contemplating suing the glue company
because she says the instructions say “multi-use”, and doesn’t say to use it on hair. :D:D:D




The woman from Chalmette, who uses the handle "Tessica Brown" on Instagram and YouTube, has been sharing her struggles, on social media after using the product. Apparently, Brown ran out of a hair product called "Got2B Glued" and thought that Gorilla Glue sprays adhesive would be a good substitute.

Tessica Brown, the woman who put Gorilla Glue in her hair, is on the final leg of her painful saga -- she's made it to L.A., where a surgeon's waiting to operate.

Tessica touched down at LAX bright and early Wednesday morning, flying in from Louisiana to see the Beverly Hills doctor who says he can fix her rock-solid hair with a lengthy procedure.

She's got her infamous hairdo hidden under a hoodie, which is a lot easier to do now that she's finally managed to chop off her ponytail.

Tessica says her scalp is still in dire straits ... and it's almost time for Dr. Michael Obeng to try and work his magic.
Remember, he's offering to perform a $12,500 procedure for free, using medical-grade glue remover to rid her hair of Gorilla Glue once and for all.



https://www.tmz.com/2021/02/10/gori...wn-arrives-los-angeles-surgery-beverly-hills/


Gorilla Glue, the company that makes the spray adhesive one woman used to tame her hair, is responding following viral social media updates.

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https://www.katc.com/news/covering-...olving-woman-using-spray-adhesive-on-her-hair
Ha, that is tragic. Such ignorance, but I empathize with her.
 
#6
:D are these guys this ignorant ama this is staged to milk the glue manufacturers? That seemingly slight oversight could end up being costly.
She knows exactly what she's doing. Blame the west's justice system. Businesses must place signs for obvious things. When the floor is wet or slippery you must indicate it, you must remind them to be careful around trees when walking in the park because if a branch, fruit, or bird droppings fall on them they'll sue the city.
 
#7
I saw on IG she started a gofundme page, raised 18K from folks, declined to be treated in a local hospital for free which would take 20hrs, but decided to fly over to LA for 15hrs to get a free 2-3 days medical treatment. Her fans have gone ballistic on her IG page.
 

Mangele

Village Elder
#9
Tessica Brown, the woman whose hair's been Gorilla Glued for more than a month, finally has sweet relief -- and we have video of the surgery that saved the day.

As we first reported, Tessica took up Bev Hills plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Obeng on his offer to perform the $12,500 procedure for free, and it was a pretty grueling process. ... about 4 hours long!

We shot the whole thing, from start to finish, and it's wild to see it play out -- and to see the relief on Tessica's face when it was all said and done.






https://www.tmz.com/2021/02/11/gori...ergoes-surgery-beverly-hills-plastic-surgeon/


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Michael K. Obeng is a Ghanaian American plastic surgeon. He currently practices in Beverly Hills, California and is affiliated with the
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Obeng is the Director of MiKO Plastic Surgery and MiKO Surgery Centre in Beverly Hills.
 

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